Virtual event will feature environmental justice activists from Alaska and around the world You can sign up here. Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring," an exposé of the link between toxic pesticide DDT and the decline in songbird populations and other environmental harms, is widely regarded as the impetus for the rise of the global environmental movement.
Spruce bark beetle continue to damage and kill spruce trees around the Anchorage bowl and across Southcentral Alaska. The question often asked is, what if anything can one do about it? Or perhaps, what SHOULDN’T we do about it. Many commercial companies use pesticide sprays and root drenches that contain carbaryl, a chemical known to
At least a dozen Alaskan communities have PFAS-contaminated drinking water . . . and Gov. Dunleavy has refused to help Read Pam Miller's Op-Ed in the Juneau Empire to learn more about how ACAT is helping Alaskans with toxic PFAS in their drinking water and the legislation that would begin to address the problem. Op-Ed